The United Nations has called for action in the Western Sahara, where a 30 year-long ceasefire has been broken, with both sides blaming one another and declaring war.
In a little over a month, Vietnam's central region has been battered by 7 tropical storms and typhoons, causing widespread floods and landslides that killed more than 200 people.
The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) says the fighting in Ethiopia is leading to a full scale crisis with thousands of people fleeing into neighbouring Sudan.
The Archbishop of Washington, D.C., Cardinal-elect Wilton Gregory, welcomes the Vatican’s McCarrick Report regarding his predecessor, and says the Church has taken a step forward in ecclesial accountability.
Anglican Archbishop Justin Welby speaks with Vatican Media about the challenges facing Christians due to the pandemic, the ecumenical importance of the encyclical “Fratelli tutti”, and his hopes for peace in South Sudan.
Pope Francis appoints Rev. David J. Bonnar as the new Bishop of Youngstown in the United States.
Pope Francis recalls the service and selfless dedication of Cardinal Raúl Eduardo Vela Chiriboga, Archbishop Emeritus of Quito, who died on Sunday.
In a letter, Bishops call on the British Government to go further in protecting prisoners and staff during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic
Care for our common home is at the center of Knox Peden’s conversion. Originally from the United States, Professor Peden moved to Australia about ten years ago. Having grown up Presbyterian, he experienced a period of personal and professional reflection which led him to embrace Catholicism in July 2019. He is a historian and a philosopher, and a Laudato si’ Animator in the Global Catholic Climate Movement, organizing conversations with fellow parishioners in Canberra on the message contained in Pope Francis’s Encyclical, as well as prayer walks in nature.
The World Council of Churches calls on Ethiopia's government and the Tigray People's Liberation Front to explore peaceful ways of settling their disputes, and prays for the people and churches of Ethiopia in the midst of the on-going crisis.
The Archbishop emeritus of Wrocław, Cardinal Henryk Gulbinowicz, dies at the age of 97. He was recently subjected to sanctions by the Holy See.
President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference, (GCBC) Archbishop Philip Naameh has called on politicians to desist from making comments that will bring about division and disturb the relative peace the nation is currently enjoying.
Ethiopian government says it has captured another town in the northern Tigray region after nearly two weeks of fighting.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Karachi organized a seminar to create awareness among women and girls about their rights and the growing phenomenon of forced conversion and child marriage in Pakistan.
As young economists and entrepreneurs gear up for “The Economy of Francesco” later this week, Anna Maria Geogy, a teacher in India, says the event hopes to give a soul to the global economy by inspiring younger generations to put human dignity in first place.
Bishop Ignace Bessi Dogbo of Katiola speaks on the situation in the Ivory Coast after Pope Francis’ appeal on Sunday. The Bishop also invites all Ivorians to embrace peace and dialogue amid the situation of unrest in the country.
Peru`s Interim President Manuel Merino, resigns after less than a week in the top job.
Forty-seven faith-based institutions commit to divest from fossil fuels, following the Vatican’s guidelines on ethical investments.
A replica of Timothy Schmalz’s sculpture dedicated to migrants throughout the centuries is currently on show at Boston College, before making its way around the United States.
Pope Francis expresses his closeness to the people of the Philippines suffering the devastation caused by a powerful typhoon and his sorrow for a tragic fire in a hospital in Romania for patients affected by Covid-19.